Caring for your print

Your print is a piece of fine art. It is shipped in a heavy duty protective tube to prevent any damage such as creasing or kinks.  It will last a life time if the following steps are taken.

When you receive your tube remove the tape from one end of the tube around the plastic cover. - Be careful not to push a blade into any part of the tube.

Pull the paper out.  The print is wrapped in acid free tissue. Place the print on a flat dry surface with the tissue paper over it and lay it flat using heavy books.  Leave for a day or two and your print will be ready to be matted and framed.

We suggest that you have your print professionally  framed using archival methods and materials.  This will protect it and give it full longevity. The colors of the prints are vibrant and require a 2 1/2"-4" matt in order to not look 'crowded' by a frame.  -(A little extra 1/2" on the bottom of the matt will give it balance. - Consult with your framer).